A Bakewell woman who attempted to steal from a gift shop and who has been involved in nuisance behaviour has been banned from Matlock town centre.
Derbyshire Constabulary successfully applied for an Anti-Social Behaviour Order to be imposed on Kizzy Horden after she has been involved in numerous nuisance incidents around Matlock and Bakewell over the last year.
Kizzy Horden, 29, of Dagnall Gardens, was charged by officers after she pleaded guilty to a non-dwelling burglary earlier this year.
Horden had entered a gift shop on Causeway Lane, Matlock, on Tuesday, June 24, and attempted to steal a number of items from a private staff room.
She was confronted by shop staff and fled the store leaving the items behind.
Horden was given the three-year Anti-Social Behaviour Order when she appeared before magistrates in Chesterfield on Thursday, November 13.
Prosecuting solicitor Sarah Haslam called for an ASBO banning Horden from possessing alcohol in public, entering Hall Leys Park, entering Matlock town centre and from being in groups of three or more.
District Judge Andrew Davison agreed to impose an ASBO with the following conditions: She must not be in possession of an open alcohol container in a public place other than in a public house; She must not enter Hall Leys Park in Matlock;
She must not enter Matlock Town Centre unless attending a pre-arranged appointment at Lime Grove Medical Centre and the Ritz NHS Buildings or unless she is travelling through the area on public transport; She must not be in a group of three or more persons within Matlock Town Centre and Bakewell Town Centre.
Anyone wishing to report an ASBO breach can call police on 101.